Pres. Eyring: Feel the Saviors Love? Pray, share gospel by the spirit of truth, bare testimony, sing, serve.
Sis. Durham: What do we do when we feel like we are drowning? Kick off weight of the world. Covenant at baptism, and receive the Holy Ghost. Eli and Samuel: help children feel and recognize Spirit.
Elder Hallstrom: God is our Heavenly Father. We are spirit children of Our Heavenly Father. Knowing who we are helps us make and keep covenants. Child of God is our principle identity. "You can have what you want or you can have better". World causes us to forget who we are.
Elder Stevenson: Lost the keys. Car was gassed and battery charged. Without keys the car is just glass and metal. Without the restoration, we would be locked out of the divine vehicle of Christ's Church. Keys authorize.
Elder Duncan: We live in a fallen world. Others can hurt us. Forgiveness is protection. Let God judge. He will repay. Let God give us peace. God will compensate us for every loss. See others as God does. To forgive is not to condone. We don't have to be a victim twice, we can forgive.
Elder Snow: Hymns, worship though song. Be thou humble. God will show us our weakness. Become as a little child. Be humble without being compelled. Remember our dependance of the Lord through sincere prayer.
Elder Renlund: Greater the distance between the giver and receiver produces greater entitlement. Family proximity is best. The further we distance ourselves from God, the more entitled we feel that we deserve grace and that God fix things right now. The closer to God the more humble and thankful. The direction we face is more important than absolute distance. God delights in repentant sinner more than the prideful self-righteous. Life is unfair. God will ultimately give all of us more than we deserve and make up to us all our losses.